Straus to Give Workshops on Traumatized Youth

Dr. Martha Straus, professor of clinical psychologyDr. Martha Straus, professor of clinical psychology, will present a series of workshops, titled All the Rage: Helping Traumatized Adolescent Girls in Crisis, for the New York State Initiative on Suicide Prevention on October 31 ; Schenectady, New York.

She will present Day by Day: Making a Difference in the Lives of Traumatized and Suicidal Children and Adolescents, a day-long workshop sponsored by the New York State Initiative on Suicide Prevention:

  • November  1; Parsons Child and Family Center, Albany, New York
  • November 22; New York Foundling Hospital, New York City.

Straus will also present these events:

  • October 10 and 11; Working with High-Risk Adolescents: Love and Attachment in Families and Therapy, a two-day workshop for clinicians and line staff working with First Nation youth,  Kenora, Ontario
  • November 8; Keynote address at the annual meeting of the Vermont Adoption Consortium, Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, Vermont.
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